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Well-preserved Berkeley Hills Arts and Crafts asks $1.75M [Correction]

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On the market for the first time in 60 years

Wooden shingles grace the home’s exterior.
Photos courtesy of the Grubb Co.

Built in 1922, this Arts and Crafts keeps most of its original details intact. Thank God. Why, just look at it. With its redwood paneling, arched beams, and aboral setting, it’s quite a stunner. And it can be yours for a whopping $1,750,000.

Featuring four bedrooms, four bathrooms, and 2,929 square feet, 1194 Cragmont Avenue comes with, in addition to the aforementioned details, a towering concrete fireplace, a library alcove, built-ins galore, 20-foot-high ceilings, an interior balcony, and an outdoor terrace.

While the living room and dining areas all harken back to the 1920s (dig those windows!), the bedrooms and kitchen give off clear midcentury vibes (presumably the last time the home underwent a renovation).

And as SFGate notes, the last time this house sold was 60 years ago. Hopefully the new owner will maintain the abode’s warm, wooden vibe.

The listing is through Susie Schevill and Faye Keogh of the Grubb Co.

Correction: We initially described this home as a Craftsman when in fact it’s more Arts and Crafts. The piece has been updated accordingly.

The entryway leads down to the living room.
The living room with redwood woodwork, from the floor to the ceiling.
Massive stone fireplace.
On the interior balcony that leads to an outdoor terrace.
The kitchen.
The top-floor bedroom.
A view from outside.